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Last post Author Topic: NoteTab 7 editors released  (Read 9922 times)

mwb1100

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Re: NoteTab 7 editors released
« Reply #25 on: July 13, 2012, 12:08:13 AM »
I cannot begin to recall the email address I had at the time, nor the user ID

But this is essentially the same problem as losing a license key.  I think people generally don't like having to download a specially licensed version of an installer (particularly if you can only do so for a few days) because you can't stick that installer in the spreadsheet/notepad document/whatever it is you keep your list of software license keys in.

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Re: NoteTab 7 editors released
« Reply #26 on: July 13, 2012, 02:55:42 PM »
I think people generally don't like having to download a specially licensed version of an installer (particularly if you can only do so for a few days) because you can't stick that installer in the spreadsheet/notepad document/whatever it is you keep your list of software license keys in.
Agreed, though some of the outliners/notekeepers, e.g. RightNote, allow you to embed files inside their databases.  From RightNote Help:
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Attachment note type     

The attachment note type allows you to store any type of file in a RightNote database. For example you can store MS Word documents, Excel files and PDF Documents. If supported, the contents of the file will be indexed and made searchable.
I presume "any type of file" would include .EXEs, or .ZIPs, and even if not, one could MIME/uu-encode them.  That would generally make for an awfully large note, though.